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2015/03/06 15:30
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SAFARI operators recorded an estimated 20% drop in revenue last year due to the ivory ban by the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the outbreak of the Ebola virus, businessdigest has...
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2015/03/06 14:39
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A high-speed camera for monitoring vegetation from space and combating famine in Africa is being adapted to spot changes in human skin cells, invisible to the naked eye, to help diagnose skin diseases...
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2015/03/06 13:56
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Disney doesn’t do subtle. In order for Disney’s The Lion King to come to the Kentucky Center, the Center had to create two center aisles in the enormous Whitney Hall, which otherwise don’t exist. To...
2015/03/06 13:18
2015/03/06 13:18
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Cape fire takes toll on baboons The fire that raged around Cape Town's South Peninsula has left several baboons dead. A young baboon glances up at a helicopter overhead after the fire swept through...
2015/03/06 10:53
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On This Day - Monday 2 1791: The optical telegraph (semaphore machine) was unveiled in Paris. 1836: Texas was proclaimed a republic, independent of Mexico. 1882: Robert MacLean tried unsuccessfully...
2015/03/06 10:48
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Lake Tahoe is no ordinary forest. And Jeff Marsolais wouldn’t have it any other way. The 40-year-old is now at the helm of the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit. As forest supervisor he is responsible...
2015/03/06 10:33
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Nairobi — Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday set ablaze 15 tonnes of contraband ivory and vowed to intensify the ongoing war against wildlife crimes in the country. Kenyatta burnt the ivory...
2015/03/06 08:05
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EXCLUSIVE WA Environment Minister Albert Jacob approved a controversial uranium mine proposal on Thursday despite a looming investigation into the dealings of representatives of the traditional...
2015/03/06 06:09
2015/03/06 06:09
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Author T.S. Eliot was wrong when he said April was the cruelest month. For much of our wildlife, March takes the greatest toll. Deer are particularly stressed now after a winter of deep snow and...
2015/03/06 06:04
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Egypt marked World Wildlife Day, 3 March, with an event at the Greater Cairo Library in Zamalek. The event honoured the memory of Yasser Osman, a former faculty member of the Desert Research...
2015/03/06 05:03
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Teams from across the Midlands will be front and center on the biggest stage South Carolina has to offer for high school basketball. This weekend, teams will invade Colonial Life Arena in hopes of...
2015/03/06 03:58
2015/03/06 03:58
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According to officials at the Ministry of Environment, a large number of Yaeyama Ishigame (Mauremys mutica kami) or Asian brown pond turtles, which is an endemic and rare turtle species found in...
2015/03/06 03:27
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FARMINGTON — Candidates for Kirtland's mayor and board of trustees must declare their candidacy with the San Juan County Clerk's Office on Tuesday. The town's first election is scheduled for May 5....
2015/03/06 00:08
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What's This?One player uses Oculus Rift with the game demo Back to Dinosaur Island at this year's Game Developers Conference. In a sea of booths, tethered smartphones and developers at this week's...
2015/03/05 23:53
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The Umbrellas of Bermagui project is on again this year with all the magnificent creations up for auction at the Bermagui Seaside Fair on Saturday, March 14. Umbrellas of Bermagui 2015All the...
2015/03/05 23:40
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Thursday night obituary update Mar. 05, 2015 @ 06:16 PM The following obituaries have been provided by local funeral homes. Read our complete obituaries in The Herald-Dispatch Friday and at...
2015/03/05 23:09
2015/03/05 23:09
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The incredible campaign run by radio stations KFM and CapeTalk to raise funds for the Volunteer Wildfire Service involved in beating back the devastating Cape Town and other Western Cape fires has...
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2015/03/05 21:16
2015/03/05 21:16
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Sadly, I missed all the fun Tuesday at Arizona State University's Tempe campus, where demonstrators assembled to support two ASU instructors singled-out by neo-Nazi groups: ASU English Professor Lee...
2015/03/05 20:25
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DARIEN, Conn. – Tree Conservancy of Darien is showcasing entries from its third annual photo contest, “Celebration of Trees,” at its complementary cocktail reception on Friday from 6-8 p.m. at the...
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2015/03/05 20:25
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Provided by Texas Tech University Texas Tech volleyball coach Don Flora and his staff have announced that U.S. Women's National Volleyball Team coach Karch Kiraly, perhaps the most decorated player...
2015/03/06 15:30
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